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Old 30-01-2014, 15:39
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Either this bloke is a prat or this is all a rather sad attempt to make him appear 'cool' by his management team.
His target audience are children. If parents decide no more Bieber, it's over, cool or not.
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Old 30-01-2014, 15:52
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His target audience are children. If parents decide no more Bieber, it's over, cool or not.
Teeny singers all try and go through a transformation into adult stars, most fail. All this stuff he's doing is pretty lame when examined, and who tells the Police they have been taking X amount of substances when arrested, it's all starting to sound very contrived.
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Old 30-01-2014, 20:15
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Wow, it won't be long 'til Prettyboy Bieber becomes a prison b*tch later this year if possible. Betcha his ass will be still smarting long enough after his release from the slammer...
As much as I personally dislike Bieber, this is disgustng.
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Old 30-01-2014, 21:20
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Teeny singers all try and go through a transformation into adult stars, most fail. All this stuff he's doing is pretty lame when examined, and who tells the Police they have been taking X amount of substances when arrested, it's all starting to sound very contrived.
Tends to be North American stars, the Harry Potter child actors appear to be going through their transformations in a mature and somewhat classier manner, by taking more adult roles which interest them (like Radcliffe in The Woman in Black and Watson in The Bling Ring) rather than ending up on the front page for substance abuse and general arseholery...

I remember Daniel Radcliffe warning children away from The Woman in Black during interviews, because it might be too scary for them.
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Old 30-01-2014, 21:34
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Could they charge him for crimes against music as well?
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Old 30-01-2014, 22:11
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I like how people always use the "he's only 17...18....19...." argument to defend him in the media. As if everyone in their late teens assault people, street race, and the various other insane stuff that spoiled celebrities get up to.
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Old 30-01-2014, 22:56
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I wonder how long it will be before he gets banned from the UK, Japan and Australia etc? I have a strong feeling he will.
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Old 30-01-2014, 23:13
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I wonder how long it will be before he gets banned from the UK, Japan and Australia etc? I have a strong feeling he will.
Depends on what he's convicted for. At the moment he's been "smart" enough not to get done for anything big and/or problematic. None of his US charges are enough to revoke his US visa, but it's possible they might not decide to issue another should he be convicted, especially with the assault.

I would imagine the assault charges, if true, will be the big visa problem. But I think Kanye was banned from the UK for a drugs conviction so his reported weed and prescription drug abuse habits could prove problematic.

But since he's a Commonwealth citizen he probably gets preferential treatment to standard Americans and other people, so we can't necessarily go on past examples.
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Old 30-01-2014, 23:20
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Depends on what he's convicted for. At the moment he's been "smart" enough not to get done for anything big and/or problematic. None of his US charges are enough to revoke his US visa, but it's possible they might not decide to issue another should he be convicted, especially with the assault.

I would imagine the assault charges, if true, will be the big visa problem. But I think Kanye was banned from the UK for a drugs conviction so his reported weed and prescription drug abuse habits could prove problematic.

But since he's a Commonwealth citizen he probably gets preferential treatment to standard Americans and other people, so we can't necessarily go on past examples.
I never used to think that people could get banned from the UK for drugs convictions, I always thought we were too much of a 'soft touch' for that!
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Old 30-01-2014, 23:28
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I never used to think that people could get banned from the UK for drugs convictions, I always thought we were too much of a 'soft touch' for that!
I couldn't find anything on it, but I'm sure I remember Kanye being refused a visa around 2004 for drugs convictions...

Edit: Clearly I'm remembering things wrong, there's literally nothing on it.
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Old 31-01-2014, 13:19
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I couldn't find anything on it, but I'm sure I remember Kanye being refused a visa around 2004 for drugs convictions...

Edit: Clearly I'm remembering things wrong, there's literally nothing on it.
It's true, but Australia and not UK, Snoop Dogg not Kanye West. And not 2004 but 2007 Actually he could not enter UK either.
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Old 31-01-2014, 13:52
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Justin Beiber charged with assult now WTF this boy needs locking him hes clearly out of control
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Old 31-01-2014, 16:01
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It's true, but Australia and not UK, Snoop Dogg not Kanye West. And not 2004 but 2007 Actually he could not enter UK either.
The clarification is much appreciated.
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Old 31-01-2014, 16:29
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Justin Beiber charged with assult now WTF this boy needs locking him hes clearly out of control
What he's needs is to stop floating that silly hat above his hair and maybe some oxygen will get to his brain.
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Old 31-01-2014, 19:42
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It's true, but Australia and not UK, Snoop Dogg not Kanye West. And not 2004 but 2007 Actually he could not enter UK either.
Thanks for that. I knew I had recollection of something like that, I was just massively wrong...
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Old 31-01-2014, 23:18
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Just when he thought things couldn't get any worse.
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Old 01-02-2014, 00:15
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Yet Belieber's are still wetting themselves because he's a 'bad boy' now.
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Old 01-02-2014, 00:42
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It didn't take a physic to guess something like that would happen!
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Old 01-02-2014, 10:23
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Is this technically drug smuggling? Do we know where it departed from?
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Old 01-02-2014, 10:36
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Bieber is a sad stupid little knobhead
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Old 01-02-2014, 11:33
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Bieber is a sad stupid little knobhead
Hard to argue with that
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Old 01-02-2014, 11:56
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It's time he was locked up and the key thrown away until he comes to his senses. That's if he has any.
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Old 01-02-2014, 22:53
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So well over 200'000 people signed the Bieber to get deported petition. Not that bothered by this myself, it all seems a bit childish.

Yet fascinated to find that the counter-petition by Bieber fans that has been insanely promoted on Twitter and elsewhere has only received less than 8,000. Really does show how few people under a certain age likes him.

The fame really will be transitory the way its going, and the Twitter hype mans so little.
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Old 03-02-2014, 00:07
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Warning nudity..

http://www.tmz.com/2014/02/01/justin...-photo-khalil/

Classy.. sucking and love-biting a stripper's breasts who's old enough to be his mum. No doubt she's going to become famous now when she sells her story about teasing wee Justin.
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Old 03-02-2014, 11:36
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Bieber is a sad stupid little knobhead
I wouldn't disagree with that.
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